Former MLB pitcher Brad Penny, 35, got married in Hawaii this afternoon to Oklahoma City Thunder dancer Kaci Cook. Guests at the wedding…
The 2013 NBA Playoffs don’t officially start until we check in with Oklahoma City Thunder (Game 2 vs. Houston, Wed. 7 EST) porn…
Wow, was last night a slow night in sports. Two NBA games, one decided by double digits, and a bunch of hockey. The…
For only $3000 dollars, you can buy this custom painted Oklahoma City Thunder car that has all of the player's faces on it. The car has James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, and Kendrick Perkins on it as well as a window on the driver's side that doesn't work. It's only got 125,000 miles on it and can be purchased on Craigslist. The car may have been worth a lot more if the Thunder were able to knock out the Miami Heat. JUMP!
With every NBA Finals game there seems to be somebody who sticks out as the scapegoat. After watching game 4 and scanning Twitter, it became pretty clear James Harden is the latest. His 9 points on 2-10 shooting just isn't going to cut it if the Thunder have any chance of winning. Twitter, hateful as usual, let loose on the bearded baller. People are calling for him to pass, to shoot, to shave his beard and calling out issues with his love interest. Who is she, you ask? JUMP!
Game 3 of the NBA Finals was a potentially huge game for the young Oklahoma City Thunder squad, a game in which they could take the upper hand in what has been a tightly fought series. Much was expected of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook. How did they respond? Durant got into foul trouble & Westbrook started actin' a fool down the stretch. Of course Twitter fools went nuts on Westbrook, using various versions of the f-bomb & worse. JUMP!
During Game 3 of the NBA Finals, LeBron James gave a no look dish to Dwyane Wade who went full speed to the basket and did a reverse layup while the confused Oklahoma City Thunder players watched in confusion. A foul was called so Wade got an "and one" opportunity which set the Miami Heat crowd into an uproar. The team that wins Game 3 of the NBA Finals wins 85% of the time making this game imperative. JUMP!
Snoop Dogg himself showed up to the Los Angeles Lakers-Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game last night in this Rastafarian style hat and crazy sunglasses. Of course the sunglasses had a flip up cover with smiley faces on them (why wouldn't they?). I'm sure he was just wearing them so you couldn't see how red his eyes were. Anyways, the Lakers came back from a pretty hefty deficit against the Thunder to win the game with a crazy finish. HT @Jose3030. JUMP!
After the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Dallas Mavericks, Russell Westbrook was asked some questions by reporter Johnathon Tjarks. Tjarks, who works for RealGM.com, asked Westbrook if he would consider James Harden a maximum contract player. Westbrook dodged the question and responded to Tjarks with a "No more questions for you bro". Video after the JUMP!
The Los Angeles Lakers took on the Oklahoma City Thunder today where some 'extracurricular' activity happened during the game. Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest, elbowed James Harden in the face in completely violent fashion. Of course, Metta World Peace pretended like nothing happened while Harden layed on the ground in obvious pain. I'm sure David Stern is going to take a look at this play and possible hand out some punishments. JUMP!
Oklahoma City's own Kevin Durant is giving Seattle the old heave ho. At least, he's giving his old Seattle pad he heave-ho. So, his franchise got up and moved from one of the coolest cities in the west to one of the, uh.... Waffle House-havingest cities in the west. Durant held onto his Seattle pad even after his franchise bolted, but hell, it's time to unload. KD's old pad, which we're pretty sure Bigfoot p*ssed on, is on the market for $2.8 million. Here's a look.
When the Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin posterized the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kendrick Perkins on Sunday everyone pretty much went ape shit. Well, Perkins' teammate Kevin Durant was not one of those people. The NBA's third-leading scorer says Griffin's dunk was nothing more than a layup. While we may not agree with that assessment, Durant does raise an interesting point about what a dunk is. Check it!